Won't hold talks with Imran Khan even though we get no seat in Senate: Maryam Nawaz
DASKA (92 News) – PML-N vice-president Maryam Nawaz has said that the PML-N will not hold talks with PM Imran Khan even though they get no seat in the Senate.
Addressing a gathering in connection with the by-election in the Senate on Saturday, she said that now talks will be held with the government on the occasion of the long march in Islamabad.
"We will win the war against vote thieves. Punjab has first time risen for its rights," she added.
The PML-N vice-president said that inflation had made the life a hell. "Rulers are asking the people to reduce their expenditures. Infact the rulers are the biggest thieves who are selling the Senate ticket for Rs 700 million," she alleged.
Earlier talking to the media before her departure to Daska, Maryam Nawaz said that the reality of the rulers had been exposed.
She said that those making and releasing the video and giving and getting money are the same people. "The PDM also wants electoral reforms, but legislation cannot be done along with the incompetent rulers."
Maryam Nawaz claimed of her victory in the NA-75 by-election. "The government has used each tool against the PML-N. It is not fair to put each thing at stake to save a person," she added.
She said that a historic attempt is being made to break up the PML-N; however, the attempt could not succeed as the PML-N is an ideological party. "The PDM is not against open balloting, but double standard," she added.